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Following Jesus

Being a disciple of Christ (See also Apostles, Disciple, Knowing Jesus)


My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me." (John 10:27)

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Activities

Members Only Mirror Me
Ephesians 5:1 instructs us to be imitators of God. This activity demonstrates that we must pay close attention to that which we wish to imitate.

Games

Members Only One Way Maze
In today's society, one thing people struggle with is that Christianity claims to be the only way to God.

Media

Members Only Clean Water
Through this skit students learn that they can have more abundant and fulfilling lives when they follow Jesus.

Object Talks

Members Only Living Sacrifice
Through laying down our life in Jesus, we will actually find life.
Members Only You Have A Friend Request
Imagine if Jesus were living on earth today. Would He have a Facebook account? How would you react if you received a "friend request" from Jesus?

Tips for Leaders

Free Witnessing: Sharing the Gospel
“God wants all men to come to repentance.” 2 Peter 3:9. We, as leaders of students, share that passion, and everything we do is focused on introducing Jesus to our students.

Lessons

Members Only Angels & Demons
Supernatural forces are real and influence our lives for good or evil.
Members Only Believing in Jesus
This lesson helps students understand what it means to believe in Christ and have faith in His Lordship.
Members Only Children of God
During this lesson, students will learn that their identity in Christ is a free gift that cannot be earned.
Members Only Early Obstacles
Through a study of the life of the early Church, students learn that there is great difficulty associated with a life lived for Christ, which must be endured for the sake of the Gospel.
Members Only Faith
Students are challenged to understand the reality of their faith. At times, this task is heroic; while at others, it can be a struggle.
Members Only Free to Live
Students are challenged to recognize that they are called to freedom by breaking the shackles of sin and instead submit their lives to Jesus.
Members Only Getting Them to Jesus
This lesson will equip and motivate students to reach out to the lost people around them.
Members Only Giving It All
Through the study of the rich, young ruler, students gain an understanding why discipleship is hard, but worth it.
Members Only Having the Right Attitude
In order to survive the Amazing Race that leads to Victory in Christ, it is crucial to have an unselfish attitude.
Members Only I Will Tell Your Name
This first lesson introduces us to the twelve disciples. Special attention is given to Philip and how our response to following Jesus should be like his.
Members Only Indisputable Proof
In this lesson, students are given indisputable proof that Jesus is who He says He was.
Members Only Jesus Causes Arguments
In this lesson, students learn that once they are convinced of Jesus’ deity, they will not hesitate to share this fact with others, even when it is socially unacceptable to stand up for that truth.
Members Only Jesus Goes Public
This lesson teach students to stop hesitating and go public with their faith and to be the kind of Christians that lead other people to believe in Christ.
Members Only Jesus is God
This lesson inspires students to get to know Jesus and allow Him to dwell with them now.
Members Only Jesus is Predicted by the Prophets
Through this lesson, students learn that the Old Testament, although written hundreds to thousands of years before the birth of Jesus, contains many prophecies fulfilled by Him.
Members Only Jesus is The Bread of Life
This lesson helps students make sure they are following Jesus for the right reason.
Members Only Jesus Is Worth Imitating
This lesson equips students with a few tools they can use to imitate Christ more completely.
Members Only Jesus Is Worth the Struggle
This lesson encourages students to endure trials in life with the hope of being with Christ for eternity.
Members Only Jesus Teaches Us How To Live
In this lesson, students are inspired to live as Jesus commanded.
Members Only Jesus’ Journey to Jerusalem
In this lesson, students learn that their purpose in life is to join Jesus' mission to seek and save the lost.
Members Only Know That You Know
This lesson will help students determine if they are truly following Jesus by living a life that imitates Him.
Members Only Leaving a Legacy
In this final lesson of the "Disciple" series, we focus on Judas, who betrayed Jesus. We discover our similarities to Judas, and how we can remain loyal followers of Jesus.
Members Only Love in Your Obedience
This lesson about the disciple Peter teaches us that we should show our love for Jesus by obediently following Him and His commandments.
Members Only Matthew and Messiah
This lesson teaches students the meaning of Messiah and how Jesus is presented Messiah—in Matthew as the Messiah.
Members Only Moved by the Power
Christ's deity is demonstrated once again as students learn that Jesus' compassion for the lost is just as powerful today as it was 2,000 years ago.
Free Myrrh
Students learn about the significance of myrrh used in worship within the Bible.
Members Only No Room for Gray
Students learn that the way they live their lives should and will change as they respond to what God has done for and in them through Jesus.
Members Only Obedience
Rules can be hard to follow, but students learn that obedience to God will draw them closer to Him.
Members Only Open Heart
Students learn that following Jesus means giving Him all of our hearts and time. We cannot follow Him into mission if our lives are filled up with stuff.
Members Only Our Identity in Christ
This lesson challenges students to represent Jesus in the world around them by living lives full of unity, generosity, and the power of God.
Members Only Philippian Jailer
This lesson teaches that God will use even seemingly impossible circumstances to share the Gospel with those who are lost.
Members Only Psalm 23
This lesson teaches students that Jesus is a loving shepherd who loving guides us to house of the Lord.
Members Only Psalm 27
This lesson teaches students that have nothing to fear when they walk with the Lord.
Members Only Running With God
In lesson three, we learn that we should not be satisfied with running to God, but rather strive to run with God.
Members Only Saved & Steady
What does it mean to be saved by God? Should our lives be transformed in response to our salvation?
Members Only Serving Others
In this lesson, students see that Jesus became a servant to His disciples, teaching them that if they want to be great, they have to serve.
Members Only Serving With Compassion
Students are introduced to the book of Mark and the beginning of Jesus' ministry.
Members Only The Church Is Born
Students learn how the Church was born and that today’s believers are still called to preach the Good News throughout the world.
Members Only The Disciples
A study on the twelve disciples. These twelve men changed the face of the world because they encountered Jesus and chose to follow Him.
Members Only The Four Gospels
The word gospel means “good news.” The four gospels all fulfill one major purpose--to share the good news about Jesus Christ. There are four different gospel letters, written by four of Jesus’ followers, each giving a unique account about what happened in the life of Jesus.
Members Only The Good News
Students are inspired to live out their story in concert with the story of Christ.
Members Only The Growth
Students are encouraged to passionately share the Gospel by learning about the explosive growth that existed in the Church’s earliest period.
Members Only The Law
This lesson introduces students to the Old Testament's law, its purpose, and how Jesus freed us from its burden.
Members Only The Ministry of Jesus According to Mark
This series is on the ministry of Jesus according to the book of Mark. The series starts with an introduction to the book of Mark and then covers various aspects of Jesus' ministry.
Members Only What Are You Thinking?
We learn from the disciple Nathaniel how Jesus knows all of our thoughts and therefore the importance of developing Godly mental habits.
Members Only Who is He to You?
As disciples of Christ, we need to turn away from seeking what God should do for us and rather take up our cross and serve Him.
Members Only Who is the Greatest?
Students learn that if they want to become great in the kingdom of God they must live like Jesushumbly and selflessly.
Members Only Why I Believe in Christianity
This lesson explains how Christianity is different from other religions and how Christianity can claim to be the only way to God.
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